Overview & Reviews
The 2015 Toyota Tundra loses its base V6, leaving the two V8s as the only engine options. Also, Toyota has added the off-road-themed TRD Pro trim level to the lineup and will offer an integrated trailer brake controller.
- Unique off-road-themed TRD Pro model.
- Colossal CrewMax cab
- Large double cab with traditional rear doors
- Strong V8 powertrains
- Stiff ride
- Below-average fuel economy
- No available V6.
- Feels larger than rivals when driven on tight roads
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 5 of 5.00
2015 Toyota Tundra Double Cab - 2015 Toyota Tundra
By spike_1a - March 24 - 7:19 pm
I traded in my 2004 Tundra Access Cab with 267,163 miles on the engine and frame for a brand new 2015 Tundra Double Cab. I was very reluctant to part way with my old Tundra but she was starting to feel the strain of everyday work. The improvements on the 2015 are too many to mention but the highlights I found are the comfort level of the seats, the power of the 5.7 liter engine, averaging 15.7 MPG (the same as my old 2004 4.7 liter) with just over 1200 miles, entertainment system, and off road package. My goal is to double the mileage of my new Tundra. Wish me luck!
San Antonio, Texas Toyota Tundra - 2015 Toyota Tundra
By Jim Minteer - May 14 - 8:36 am
Bought new Dec. 2014 during Toyotathon days. The 5.7 engine roars with plenty of passing speed with a smooth shifting 6spd transmission. I live in South Central Pa and this Winter has been rough, but not a problem for the Tundra Crew Max! This truck drives like a truck not a car like some of the newer big 3 trucks I've driven. It sits nice with a firm quiet ride without the big truck feel.Gas mileage averaging 15.5 mpg.
2015 Tundra TRD PRO Double Cab (Inferno Red) - 2015 Toyota Tundra
By lotsofpaper - August 5 - 11:36 pm
I purchased this truck in early November and traded in my '13 Camaro 1LE, although these 2 vehicles serve totally different purposes, the truck has not disappointed. First thing I noticed was how large it was, it is a massive truck, next is how much taller you ride above other trucks. After 2 weeks I took it on a 2000 mile road trip (round trip), which was a joy. The power is great, the TRD exhaust sounds very good and the build quality and shifts of the transmission all provide a very comfortable ride. It's a smart truck and will downshift for you while going down a mountain or hill. Can't complain at all about this truck.
Best USA made truck IMO! - 2015 Toyota Tundra
By rome2 - February 11 - 10:05 am
I just leased the new 2015 Limited/TRD after my 2012 SR5/TRD Tundra. I know it is mechanically the same truck but they did improve the speed-assist steering which is crisp and responsive! My new Tundra in also the TRD package so the ride is about the same. Being a pick-up, they always ride a little better with a full tank/weight in the bed but the shocks and springs keep it riding perfectly with a light load. The new interior on the Limited is impressive! I love that the leather and wood accents. I feel like I'm sitting in a Lexus and not a work truck. The new Entune display is awesome too. By far the best All-Around truck made! I understand why Tundra still has the highest resell value!
Paint issues - 2015 Toyota Tundra
By strich2 - April 24 - 1:31 pm
I purchased a 2015 SR5 4x4 double cab less than 3 weeks ago. I have approximately 1,200 miles on the vehicle. I even had the optional body guard installed for $785. Due to cold weather I have been unable to wash the vehicle until today. When I was finished washing the vehicle I noticed the paint already started to bubble around the bottom six inches of all four doors, both rear quarter panels, both front quarter panels and inside the bottom edge of the front door panels. No matter what the cause, this is ridiculous for a vehicle with 1,200 miles to have paint issues.